Cosa sono i finanziamenti europei cascade funding
I finanziamenti europei cascade funding (letteralmente, finanziamenti a cascata) sono finanziamenti europei erogati da progetti già finanziati dalla Commissione Europea attraverso bandi europei. In questo post segnaliamo i bandi di finanziamento di Cascade funding aperti da Febbraio 2022 ad Aprile 2022.
I finanziamenti europei cascade funding erogano contributi a fondo perduto, con percentuali che possono andare dal 50% al 100% (spesso nella forma del voucher), che vengono erogati per:
- Sviluppo soluzioni innovative
- Sviluppo progetti pilota
- Implementazioni di soluzioni tecnologiche, che utilizzino componenti sviluppati dal progetto “madre”
Tutti i Bandi europei cascade funding in scadenza da Febbraio 2022 ad Aprile 2022
Ecco tutte le opportunità disponibili da Febbraio 2022 ad Aprile 2022:
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|NGI Assure||NGI Assure is looking for projects implementing the “Next Generation Internet” initiative, thus to contributing to a resilient, trustworthy and sustainably open internet.
Folloing projects will be supported:
|€50.000 > €200.000||01/02/2022|
|EUHubs4Data||Data driven experiments that, involving services and datasets from the federated catalogue of EUHubs4Data, result in innovative data driven products (as Key Exploitable Results), and contribute to the European Data Strategy by addressing some of the challenges associated to the sectorial European Common Data Space||€60.000||01/02/2022|
|OneNet||OneNet is looking up to 9 Third Parties that will introduce new services for the network operators and the household consumers by adopting the OneNet infrastructure and framework.
The scenarios that the applications proposals shall address are:
|DIHnamic||This call aims to select SMEs from sectors in the terms and conditions of the call regulations and based in Castilla y León (Spain), who wants to improve their digitalisation thanks to the personalised services provided by the Digital Innovation Hubs, in order to increase their efficiency, better manage risk, add customer value and discover new opportunities for income generation.||€2.000
|HUBCAP|| Less digital SMEs (MBD CPS users) will have access to MBD (Model-Based Design) and CPS (Cyber Physical Systems) solutions and services provided by specialised entities. HUBCAP funding to third-parties SMEs will enable the extension of the technology offer beyond the consortium partners.
Each EXPERIMENT will fund consortia of two SMEs, namely one user/adopter SME and one provider SME, to experiment with MBD either by integrating the HUBCAP ecosystem offers or implementing in a new MBD CPS solution.
|From €30.000 to €70.000 per consortium||02/02/2022|
|#ChallengeMyCity||The overall purpose of the Factory programme is to resolve challenges facing European cities to improve citizens lives, by taking innovative ideas and putting them to the test in real life.
For the first release of this call, the cities of Toulouse and Milan are participating. They present specific mobility challenges that need to be addressed and will be hosting the pilots to tackle these challenges. During the implementation of the activities, the pilots will take place in parallel. The pilot implementation will be co-funded by EIT Urban Mobility and administratively supported by the cities
|from €30.000 to €60.000||08/02/2021|
|AIPlan4EU||The call aims at the definition, launch, management, evaluation and monitoring of the open calls, offering that every participant receives the best possible guidance from the assets within the consortium.
The selected use-case owners will participate in a workshop that aims to engage them in the project objectives & activities and guide through the process of detailing their use-case to be increase the chances of being selected to participate in the further project open calls.
|€7.500 per call||10/02/2022|
|DOORS||DOORS – Digital Incubator for Museums, seeks to give small and medium-sized museums across Europe an opportunity to steer the direction of the sector’s digital transformation.
The project wants to reduce the digitalisation gap by creating the space for small institutions to voice their needs and offering them access to knowledge, resources, expertise, and an incubation and skill-building programme.
|BOWI||The project aims to support DIHs, SMEs, and Midcaps by facilitating the access and uptake of SAE and I4MS technologies.
Beneficiaries: SMEs or Midcaps, that have proven business activity in one of the following 9 regions: Eastern Slovakia (SK04), Slovakia; Southern (HU23), Hungary; Adriatique (HR03), Croatia; Center (RO12), Romania; Capital Region (LT01), Lithuania; Central & Western region (LT02), Lithuania; Ukraine; Prague (CZ01), Czech Republic; Belgrad (RS11), Serbia
|DEMETER||Funding provided to small consortia of 2-3 partners for the deployment of new high-value pilots in the agri-food sector, employing DEMETER methodologies and technologies, addressing clear farmers’ needs, with particular focus on EU geographic regions not represented within DEMETER pilots||€150.000 per consortium||16/02/2022|
|REACH||The call will fund the execution of projects led by SMEs including a Data Value Chain (DVC) scenario where value is created from the sharing of data, proposing innovative products and services making use of Big Data tools but also adhering to one of the participation tracks defined below:
||up to €120.000||22/02/2022|
|ASSIST-IoT||Proposals must contribute to the ASSIST-IoT paradigm by validating some of its technologies in one challenge of one pilot.
Applicants must select one challenge of one of the project pilots – (i) port automation, (ii) smart safety of workers and (iii) cohesive vehicle monitoring and diagnostics.
|EIT Digital Innovation Factory 2022||EIT Digital Innovation Factory is looking for world-class digital DeepTech activities led by teams with powerful entrepreneurial drive, to support the next generation of digital companies that can impact Europe and the world’s challenges. The Innovation Factory 2022 programme supports pan-European entrepreneurial teams from education, research, and business organisations, to launch or boost digital DeepTech ventures in one of the following focus areas: Digital Tech, Digital Industry, Digital Cities, Digital Wellbeing and Digital Finance.||To be defined||3/03/2022|
|MINE.THE.GAP||MINE.THE.GAP brings together SMEs from the raw materials and mining sector with companies that have solutions for a more digital, greener, and circular mining value chain.
Support is provided thorugh two actions:
|€25.000 > €50.000||14/03/2022|
|EOSC Future||RDA is looking to contract an individual or an organisation who can provide technical tools to organise and curate, over time, RDA outputs. RDA creates on a regular basis a significant range of outputs, tools, standards, recommendations by its committed, volunteer community which are used by the global research community. These resources need to be maintained over time in order to provide a core service for EOSC and other research commons e.g. standards, code, guidelines, etc.||€40.000||15/03/2022|
|StairwAI, is a European Union-funded project which aims to facilitate the engagement of low-tech companies in the AI4EU platform (a one-stop-shop for anyone looking for Artificial Intelligence (AI) knowledge, technology, tools, services, and experts) and the implementation of AI.
Challenges to be addressed:
|EOSC Future||This call iteration specifically targets individuals or groups aiming to establish RDA Working Groups focusing on the development of solutions for EOSC. The RDA WG outputs are defined as “technical and social infrastructure solutions developed that enable data sharing, exchange, and interoperability”.||€15.000||21/03/2022|
PULSATE is the new PAN-European Network designed to boost the adoption of Laser-based Advanced and Additive Manufacturing (LBAAM) technology that will empower the European Manufacturing industry digitalization.
|SecurIT||securIT will select up to 21 projects per Open Call aiming to develop new prototypes or demonstrators in the Security and Cybersecurity domains with support from SecurIT consortium.
Projects must be submitted by the consortia of 2 SMEs and should address one of the SecurIT Challenges.
|€74.000 > €88.000||26/04/2022|